A symmetrical blade made of a continuous radius. Used to create bowls, Kuksa cups, shallow spoons, etc. Efficiently removes wood and leaves a nice smooth finish.
Available in 2 sizes - 2 1/2"(65mm) or 2" (50mm), Right or Left Hand. These are available with a 14" oak handle or unhandled blade only.
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RIGHT HANDED: Order “right handed” if you draw or PULL the knife towards your body with your RIGHT hand or PUSH away from your body with the LEFT hand to carve.
LEFT HANDED: Order “left handed” if you draw or PULL the knife towards your body with your LEFT hand or PUSH away from your body with the RIGHT hand to carve. These wood carving knives come to you sharp and ready to use.
PLEASE remember you are ordering a hand made knife, not something stamped out by a machine. As with any handmade item there are differences in the exact construction, therefore the knife may vary slightly from the photos shown. The wood handle you see in the photo may not be the exact color and figure pattern you receive. Photo may not be actual size, please refer to given dimensions.
Our blades have a near mirror finish. This alows the blade move through the wood smoothly. There may be tooling marks still on the blade which do not affect the performance of the knife.
Each knife is individually made and we make every effort to get your knife in the mail within 10 working days, this allows 4 days for shipping. So approximately 2 weeks, give or take a day or two. Please feel free to ask any questions before ordering. firstname.lastname@example.org
|Blade Material:||Our wood carving knives are individually forged from W1, round stock, tool steel, the benefit of this kind of steel is that it produces a nice hardness that can be easily sharpened and stay sharp for a long time. 3/8" diameter|
|Tang Length:||4" round tang|
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